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hello there . Becoming a working artist is very hard.
i was curious , if there exists a systematic visual artist training program that one could do at home on their own.





> at home

All the professional artists I've known spend quite a lot of time not at home. Besides the hard work of honing your art, you can also expect to do a lot of running around meeting with people and setting things up. If you want to just make a few dollars selling stuff on the internet you can, but don't expect to quit your day job doing it that way.


I think being a good Tattoo artist is the way to go. People will pay.


http://drawabox.com/ is pretty good at explaining fundamentals, it gives you homework after each lesson as well as some challenges